Herbert Stein’s Law states “What Can’t Go On Forever, Doesn’t.”
Police investigation underway at YouTube headquarters in California
ABC11, April 3, 2018:
SAN BRUNO, Calif. –Officials confirm an active police investigation is underway at YouTube’s headquarters on Cherry Avenue in San Bruno.
(CNN)[Breaking news update, published at 5:43 p.m. ET]
At least four people were wounded and the suspected shooter, a woman, was found dead on the campus of the YouTube headquarters, San Bruno Police Chief Ed Barberini told reporters Wednesday. The chief said the deceased woman had an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
[Previous story, published at 5:33 p.m. ET]
YouTubers took to Twitter on Tuesday afternoon to report that an active shooter was at YouTube headquarters.
One YouTuber, Vadim Lavrusik, tweeted that he had "heard shots and saw people running," and that he was now "barricaded inside a room with coworkers." Others at YouTube reported seeing police outside the building.
The Saudi-led coalition slaughtered a dozen members of the same Yemeni family in another senseless attack:
The Drug Enforcement Administration takes billions of dollars in cash from people who are never charged with criminal activity, according to a report issued today by the Justice Department's Inspector General.
Washington (CNN)Roger Stone's potential ties to WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Assange, are being investigated by special counsel Robert Mueller, The Wall Street Journal reportedMonday, citing a person familiar with the matter.
(Natural News) A stunning video posted by Paul Joseph Watson reveals the extent to which local TV journalists are presstitute puppets who deliver the exact same linesread from scripts.
Authored by Bob Hoffman, author of the “Ad Contrarian” blog and writer of several books including "BadMen: How Advertising Went From A Minor Annoyance To A Major Menace," "Marketers Are From Mars, Consumers Are From New Jersey," and "101 Contrarian Ideas About Advertising"
Ad Fraud Is Off The Charts
If the trend of kids eating Tide Pods was not disturbing enough, a new social media challenge has teens snorting condoms. The exact origin of this trend is unknown, but in recent weeks teens across the country have been snorting condoms and putting the footage on YouTube to catch their 15 minutes of fame—or perhaps 15 minutes of shame.
Dark clouds are forming over the Iran nuclear deal as the calendar marches toward a May 12 deadline set by President Trump to improve the accord or see the United States effectively withdraw from it.
DNC vice chair for civic engagement and voter protection Karen Carter Peterson unleashed the wrath of Twitter when she tweeted “Repeal the Second Amendment” on Tuesday.
The Louisiana state senator tweeted out Justice John Paul Stevens’ op-ed from last week in The New York Times calling for repealing the Second Amendment.
I’m going to risk seeming unreasonable for a moment. You see, as we deal with this current round of the gun debate, we slowly see less of the outright vitriol that’s normal in the aftermath of a mass tragedy like Parkland. It’s taken longer to get to this point than normal, but what do you expect when the media has been driving this story over and over and over again?
A majority of Americans believe that mainstream news outlets report "fake news," according to a new Monmouth University poll.
More than three in four Americans said they believe that traditional television and print outlets take part in reporting fake news.
Update: A few short hours after the initial writing of this report, the US, the UK and France conducted a missile air strike against Syria
“That’s not the way the world really works anymore. We’re an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - BlackRock Inc (BLK.N), the world’s largest asset manager, generated higher profit during the first quarter by luring more money from investors even as stock and bond markets fell.